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Roam 3/4 Bib

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This is for the roamers. Get out and move.

Mobility and protection can go hand-in-hand in this touring specific pant. Super-articulated design and a stretch-woven bib upper make for easy climbing, while reinforced Dermizax NX fabrics from the waist down offer extremely breathable, abrasion-resistant weatherproofing. A reinforced, dedicated beacon-pocket fits perfectly on the right thigh and allows for quicker and easier access. 

Construction The Details
Roam 3/4 Bib
  • 40D 3L Dermizax® NX – body
  • 80D 3L Dermizax® NX – knees
  • Breathable stretch woven upper
  • Stretchy abrasion resistant kick patch
  • Extra height for crampon protection
  • Adjustable heavy-duty stretch jacquard suspender straps with adjustable slip-lock
  • Side vents with YKK Aquaguard® zippers
  • Three zipper sliders allow for adjustable opening
  • Left-side goes from top opening to knee
  • Right-side goes from waist bottom to knee
  • High-quality Bemis 3-layer seam tape on all seams
  • Cross joints reinforced with laser-cut seam tape circle
  • Left-side horizontal zip hand pocket
  • Right-side hand pocket designed for Beacon
  • Hanging pocket bag secured with triple stitch
  • Power mesh sleeve with zigzag stitch
  • Clip for beacon secured by webbing and bartack above pocket
  • Placed high on the thigh for easy movement
  • Cargo pocket on left thigh
  • Vertical zip stash pocket on right thigh
  • Zip fly and belt loops
  • Internal boot gaiters with gripper elastic
  • Laser-cut PU logos
  • Polyester cord with rubber tips zipper pulls
  • RECCO® reflector  
  • 23.4 oz (M)


  • Slimmer fit from thigh to bottom opening
  • Stretch woven upper extends slightly above waistline at side seam
  • Exaggerated articulation at knee point for natural climbing motion 

Customer Reviews

Based on 12 reviews
Keep the farts in and the pow out

The XL is a nice fit for a 6ft dude who wants them a little baggy snowboarding but not falling down

Amazing shell pants

Really lightweight and more breathable than goretex. Incredibly durable. easy to clean. great pants great pockets

Best Splitboard Pants Ever

These are hands down the best backcountry snowboarding pants I've owned in 25+ years of riding and 10 years of splitboarding. Purchased last spring for hut touring around La Grave and Aosta region of Italy. Spent 6 consecutive days in the bibs, touring and hut chillin and barely took them off...and many other days for shorter tours and resort riding. Already have worn them a dozen days for touring and winter backcountry trail maintenance in my home mountains this season. As others have said they strike a good balance between tight alpinist and baggy freeride pants. I find the cuff width to be perfect for soft boots, just loose enough so you don't have to fight them over the boot cuff (I previously purchased the 2015 version but returned because the cuff was way too tight...Trew added some fabric for 2016). The snug cuffs function well with crampons and stay in place in deep bootpacks. I have had no issue regulating
temperature in the blazing sun in the Alps in late April, and on the opposite end of the spectrum in recent -20F days in the Adirondack Mountains where I live. Pockets are great and ride well when loaded w/ gloves, snacks, etc. Suspenders are the best I've found on bib pants.

And of course they look cool...

Impressed, but not really

These pants are super comfy, extremely waterproof and would keep me warm on cold days. My issue is the cuff guard.... The seam connecting the cuff guard to the pant is extremely weak and after 10 days of riding it had popped open and my cuffs were filled with snow... Trew wanted me to send them back during the middle of winter so they could fix them but after paying $419.00 on pants, I expect them to last a few seasons, not 10 days.... They eventually agreed to send me a new pair if I sent the old ones back which I did. But guess what, after 12 more days I had the same issue with the new ones. I used these pants mainly in the resort but boot packed up Hood with them a few times over the summer. I like Trew and their products but I would stay away from this Bib, unless you want a cuff full of snow....

If you are in the same boat as me, just sew them back up with more than a single stitch and they should hold together.

Trew Crew, I hope you are listening and put more quality stitching on your premium pants.

light and great for touring

Awesome touring pants! I'm 6'1, 160 and went with a size L. The length is spot on, and the width through the legs is a really nice compromise between freeride baggy and rando skinny. More taper up top near the waist would be nice as they are rather wide here, but it's not a deal killer. I'm pretty thin, and often have problems with my touring pack pushing the waist down on non-bib pants, even when wearing a belt. These are a great option in-between a full bib and a regular pant. The suspenders are wide and solid, which I prefer over the thin, floppy versions found on many half bib pants. The pocket layout is pretty well thought out, although the thigh pockets are a little low to carry anything substantial without contacting your knee every stride. The beacon pocket is great, but I've found that attaching a key ring to the sewn tether keeps my beacon attached more securely (The bungee clip on the Tracker 2 doesn't
fully close and can easily slide off of the sewn tether). The 40D Dermizax is a nice lightweight material, that has surprised me with it's durability thus far. Overall, Stoked!